This independently made comedy isn't terribly original, but it still manages to add some freshness to its familiar gags. Peter Duffer (Ralph McComas) wants to give his wife, Maybelle (Eileen Sedgwick), a birthday gift by moving to a bungalow -- she's tired of living in a flat. But the landlord won't break their lease and Duffer gets an idea from a pal who confesses that he has been evicted for making too much noise. Duffer sends Maybelle off to her mother's for a few days and invites his friend, vaudeville manager Foley (Milton Sims), to use his place as a rehearsal studio for his acts. Because of the performers' unending dance numbers, the ceiling falls down on the landlord, who is more than happy to tear up the lease. He also sends the police to arrest Duffer. They arrest Foley by mistake, and it gets in the papers. When Maybelle reads the latest edition, she's convinced that her husband sent her away so that he could have some fun. And when she dashes home, sure enough her home is overrun by chorus girls. Foley breaks out of jail and shows up at the flat only to be re-arrested. But Maybelle learns the truth and she and Duffer are reconciled.
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